Real Estate

Building permits - July 10


Palo Alto building permit information is sourced from the City of Palo Alto Planning & Community Environment Department.

827 Chimalus Drive temporary power, $n/a

744 Ramona St. residential kitchen remodel with no exterior changes, $26,500

860 Center Drive install new tankless water heater and gas line, can lights, outlets and circuit, $n/a

1331 Alma St. replace furnace and add air conditioning, $n/a

830 Garland Drive kitchen/bath remodel and electric service upgrade, $45,000

2724 Ross Road roof-mounted PV system, $n/a

901 Elsinore Drive roof-mounted PV system, $n/a

813 Cowper St. bathroom remodel, which includes adding a skylight and pocket door, infilling a window, and removing chimney above the roof (existing chimney previously removed), $9,400

555 Coleridge Ave. landscape permit to demolish pool and spa, and add storage area, landscaping walls, barbecue, trellis, outdoor lighting, fire pit, fountain and irrigation system, $400,000

1822 Edgewood Drive residential sewer line repair from pipe burst, $n/a

744 Holly Oak Drive dry rot repair, $4,000

2543 Louis Road electric service upgrade, $n/a

41 Tevis Place addition, existing one-story house remodel, new covered porches, exterior door and window replacement, and new bay windows, $103,847

2395 Greer Road replace windows and doors, $15,000

3826 Magnolia Drive new pool, spa and associated equipment, $200,000

1501 California Ave. revision to phase 1 on-site improvements. Work includes changing the property line at lot 1, and lot heights at lots 5, 7 and 19 to reduce retaining wall heights; and relocating gas manifold at multifamily building and utility laterals going to lot 1, $n/a

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Posted by Kate
a resident of Duveneck/St. Francis
on Jul 10, 2015 at 12:23 pm

Why is all this personal information on-line here? I am not interested in the personal life and dealings of other residents and definitely not building issues. It's printed someplace in the Weekly, and If I wanted to read it, i would.( I wouldn't.) Does the Weekly have a summer intern with nothing to do?

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Posted by Bob
a resident of Community Center
on Jul 10, 2015 at 12:26 pm

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Posted by Resident
a resident of Duveneck/St. Francis
on Jul 10, 2015 at 11:37 pm

Maybe the reason why it is printed is to show which houses are permitted.There are many more houses under construction that are not on the list.

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Posted by Resident
a resident of Duveneck/St. Francis
on Jul 11, 2015 at 11:18 am


FYI This is not personal information.

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